On May 19, a district court ruled that a company had established divisibility for its liability at a major downstream segment of the Fox River mega-site in Wisconsin, capping its liability for that segment at 28%.
On Monday, May 18, 2015, Texas Governor Gregg Abbott signed House Bill 40 into law, prohibiting cities, towns, and local municipalities in Texas from enacting bans on fracing.
Understanding client legal diligence goals has become increasingly important in the face of challenging economic conditions in the energy sector.
Earlier this year, FERC held four technical conferences to discuss the implications of state, regional and/or federal plans for compliance with EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan (CPP) rule to set carbon emission limits for existing electricity generating units.
Texas now prohibits local municipalities from passing bans on hydraulic fracturing.
Driven by rapid expansion in developing countries, renewables are becoming a significant source of the world’s power.
Sunny, tropical Puerto Rico may finally have a break through in solar development and investment.
Southern Methodist University Study Suggests Hydraulic Fracturing Responsible for Uptick in Texas Earthquakes
In an article published late last month in the journal Nature Communications, researchers at Southern Methodist University pointed to hydraulic fracturing activities as the probable cause of an increase in earthquakes near Azle, Texas, based on a study they had conducted in the area.
Recently, our firm’s Calgary office completed a review of M&A themes and deal terms in the oil and gas sector from January 1 to December 31, 2014.
Further to the publication of the new PPP law in August 2014, the corresponding executive regulations were published in the official gazette on 29 March 2015.